That sounds like an easy commute for an EV, and you should be in a great location for CA compliance cars coming off lease or otherwise being sold used.
I looked into some other models in that price arena when I was searching. Here are my findings and thoughts:
Ford Focus Electric. This was my first EV crush. It's stylish, comfortable, and well-equipped. Its range is on the short side (76 miles until
the 2017 model year (100 miles)), it's the heaviest of the group and has among the lowest energy efficiency. Its battery pack is located toward the back, reducing trunk space and affecting weight distribution. Level 3 quick charging wasn't available until the 2017 model year.
Kia Soul EV. I briefly considered it for its cargo and passenger space. Pricing is a little high and availability is low. Range is a respectable 93 miles.
Chevy Spark EV. They look a little quirky, but sound like a blast to drive. It was the fastest-accelerating non-Tesla EV to 60 mph for its time, and handles nimbly (an electric "hot-hatch"). They are compact, but have 4 doors and a versatile hatchback with folding rear seats. Level 3 quick-charging was an option (two additional terminals below the round charging plug). Like the base LEAF, level 2 charging is limited to 3.3 kW rather than 6.6 kW. They have the best energy efficiency in their class and have useful and eye-pleasing gauge displays. They have an electronic push-button parking brake and wi-fi but no CD player. The range estimate is 82 miles. Reviewers prefer the feel of the seats on the 1LT trim, but the feel of the steering wheel on the 2LT. Like the Fiat 500e, the Spark EV's tires are not intended to be rotated (wheels/tires are different sizes) and with its brisk performance, owners find themselves frequently replacing the front tires. 2015+ model years are preferred for the better-reputed battery cells from LG Chem. I found the Spark EV to have the highest insurance rates in the class, possibly due to its power numbers.
Fiat 500e. This one is all about style and driving experience. They are little rolling works of art and sound very fun to drive. They are faster to 30 mph than the Spark EV, due to their lower gearing. The range estimate is 84 miles and they can level 2 charge at 6.6 kW. No level 3 quick-charging is available. Although the hatchback and folding rear seats are versatile with cargo, there are only two doors and the rear seat is quite small. The criticized GPS that plugs into the top of the dash was replaced with an in-dash screen for 2016. The powertrain is from Bosch rather than Fiat, theoretically making it the most reliable Fiat product!
2016 LEAF S-30 w/QC "Lexie"